Mirage Field System

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The Mirage Field System is a network of projection units invented by Dr. Dewei Yung which use chunks of artificial Incandium to generate a local area of Netspace and simulate virtual versions of real Pokémon species on demand.

Incorporating the advanced data-modifying properties of GS 255, the user of the MFS would be able to create any 'Mirage Pokémon' specie they desired, as long as they had some form of genetic data in their possession. These creatures could be designed with any move or capability - even if it wasn't something naturally learned.

The concept was naturally opposed by the Pokémon Institute, who protested that making 'pokémon to order' was a mockery of nature. While denied funding and banned from ever becoming a Professor, Dewei continued his work alone - determined not only to prove the other Researchers wrong, but also to infiltrate their database, uncover information on Mewtwo and take his revenge.

Following the destruction of his laboratory, Dewei took the remains of his research and moved elsewhere. Attempting to surpass the project's limitations in field of movement by building remote antennas, Dewei was unable to achieve the freedom he wanted, and abandoned the MFS project shortly afterward.


Dewei Yung's Mirage field - situated at his own laboratory in Kanto.



Mirage Field remote antenna.


Data on the project was later siphoned by Grings Kodai who worked out how to refine the technology and create standalone miniature Mirage Field projectors. Each projector would focus on making only one Mirage Pokémon, acting as its 'heart' while generating the body around itself. This gave a Mirage Pokémon unlimited field of movement, but prevented it from using any attacks, as doing so would rapidly deplete the projector's internal battery.

Kodai Technologies' standalone Mirage Field Projector and second generation Mirage Pokemon.